School of Biosciences
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Research benefits

The School promotes engagement of researchers with non-academic research end-users in commercial, health and policy making settings; in particular the livestock, crop, agri-food and plant biotechnology sectors. We have long-standing experience of working with business and the translation of research into products and innovative technologies.

World-leading science delivers expertise for microbusinesses and entrepeneurs, global corporations, governments and non-governmental agencies in the UK and internationally.

Benefits of research

 

Delivering research benefit

Our research is responsive to the needs of our end-users. Identification of collaborative opportunities is aided by strategic partnerships with corporate business and close working relationships with the agri-food sector. We share expertise and facilities and provide training for industry.

Our researchers ensure that our research findings are distributed widely to end-users through knowledge transfer reports, guidance notes and presentation at bespoke dissemination events. Biosciences research influences international policy debates on the environment, global food security and health.

Benefiting society

 

Biosciences research influences policy makers in the UK and internationally.

Benefiting industry

 

Biosciences research delivers new product and innovation to the agri-food industry.

 

School of Biosciences

University of Nottingham
Sutton Bonington Campus
Nr Loughborough
LE12 5RD, UK

telephone: +44 (0) 115 9516400
email: biosciences-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk

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